The Catalina Island Camps summer camp program is built around our mission and the unique marine and land environments of Howlands Landing. Boys and girls entering 2nd through 11th grade participate in one to four week sessions. Our program is designed around a two week session and nearly two-thirds of our campers attend for two-weeks or longer.
As a result of being at camp, each camper will develop:
• A positive identity
• Social skills
• The value of being a contributing member of a positive community
• An appreciation for the natural environment
Campers accomplish these goals by participating in camp activities and being actively involved in camp life. An important part of the CIC experience for every camper is belonging to a cabin group. Cabin groups are the focus of activities, special events and camp life. The cabin group is where campers make friends, help others, share experiences and cooperate in activities.